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Trusted Contributor I

Re: delay on windows logon screen when on wireless

Stopping the mapped drives is a function of your Windows group policy. I
would recommend finding out where all of your mapped drives are located and
allow the machine authentication role access to them.
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Re: delay on windows logon screen when on wireless

I wondered - I'll have to look into that to test if that is the issue - of course the person that had the issue, took a walk and now they are logged into the computer and still not showing on the controller.

 

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Lirria

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Re: delay on windows logon screen when on wireless

As a test, you could try is giving his computer the "authenticated" role when it machine authenticates, giving it full access to the network as it logs on.  If logon is faster than you know it's because of something being blocked during the logon process.  Not sure what you have for a RADIUS server, but if you use ClearPass it would be very easy to assign only this laptop the authenticated role.

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